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3 South Carolina Deputies Charged Over Hoax Calls On Duty
Chesterfield County Sheriff Cambo Streater said he learned about “possible misconduct by three of our deputies” last week.
3 DC Officers Shot Serving Arrest Warrant for Animal Cruelty
According to Chief Pamela Smith, police arrived at the residence to serve the warrant around 7:30 a.m. Police attempted to gain entry and the suspect fired gunshots.
Mitigating the Threats of Fentanyl-Related Inner-City Violence
As distributors and dealers make money plying their trade—and potential profits are enormous—they look for new opportunities to expand drug distribution markets, which includes lacing heroin, amphetamines, and cocaine with traces of fentanyl.
Man Accused of Killing Tennessee Deputy Captured
“Kenneth Wayne DeHart was taken into custody a short time ago in Knoxville! Now the judicial process will take place in the court system. Thanks to all of our law enforcement partners and our community,” Blount County Sheriff's Office officials said.
California Sheriff Holding 88 Cars Confiscated at Weekend Sideshow
"They can stop calling. Those vehicles will be held by us until those court cases have been settled," Sheriff Patrick Withrow said in a video on Facebook.
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Suspect Who Jumped in River to Avoid Michigan Police, Arrested After Rowboat Chase
MSP deployed a K-9 to track him through a swamp and to the river. A drone from the Eaton County sheriff's office was used to pinpoint his location. Then MSP officers went after him in a rowboat.
Amazon Makes It Harder for Police to Access Ring Doorbell Videos
Police can still obtain Ring video footage using a search warrant or subpoena. The company added that Ring may provide footage directly to law enforcement “in cases involving imminent danger of death or serious physical injury to any person.”
DOJ Report Blasts Police Response to Uvalde School Shooting
To assemble the findings, the DOJ’s investigative team spent weeks in Uvalde, conducted more than 260 interviews and examined more than 14,000 pieces of evidence.
Federal Grant Helping Idaho Investigators Close Cold Cases
The grant ISP is using is part of the National Sexual Assault Kit Initiative, a program through the Bureau of Justice Assistance to help transform how law enforcement handles sexual assault cases.
New Jersey Agency Implements Genetec ALPR Solution to Speed Up Investigations
The Fort Lee Police Department looked to minimize that investigative time to find suspects and close cases faster with better access to vehicle information.
Procedures & Policies
Portland Loosens Restrictions on Vehicle Pursuits
“We have seen a significant propensity for criminal suspects to elude traffic stops, often driving extremely dangerously despite no officers chasing them,” the Bureau said in a statement.
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